This book was published by Eastman Kodak in 1931 to help people make better home movies. It presents fifty outlines to consider before shooting footage.
You will find everything needed to know when shooting with Kodak's Cine-Kodak line of cameras. All from an early 1930s perspective.
There is a lot of valuable information inside if you are setting out to shoot film to recreate the home movie look of the era.
Please remember that If you plan to shoot with one of these cameras they take double perforated 16mm. Also, the ISO of film back back then was between 4 and 8. Modern film is 100 and up, or at least as of the year of this upload 2016.
You will need a Neutral Density filter in front of the lens and a light meter with its own ND filter in order to film with these cameras.
Each page of this manual was scanned at 600 dpi, pages skew corrected, contrast and brightness adjusted, and each photo was descreened. In all it took nearly 8 hours to make this book easy on the eyes. Please do not remove the book plate.